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  • Why people are still handwriting instead of typing?
  • Why people are still handwriting instead of typing?
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Why people are still handwriting instead of typing?

Typing has made handwriting seem pointless, if not quite completely obsolete. So why are people continuing to buy and use paper notebooks? A new study proves that handwriting enthusiasts are not just hopeless romantics, but actually have a legitimate reason for preferring ink on paper.

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